Was lucky to lay my hands on 2 pairs of B.Albirmingata and 2 pairs of B.Channoides. The Albis are behaving well in the tank at home, but the Chans are not so active as the Albis. Did a pH check today and found that the pH is kinda on the low side. Currently using water change method to increase the pH slightly and also increase the aeration. As a new pair of B.Ocellata will be joining the wilds gang in my office, I decided to shift my B.Chans to another 2ft tank that is just outside of my cubicle.
Their current home;
however, I have some minor headache as the 2ft tank is currently housing cherry shrimps;
not much choices, I cannot add in another tank it will put me at risk in office
. decided to partition the 2ft tank, sounds cruel to put shrimps and wild bettas in the same tank, but this seems to be the best option. Somewhere in June when I am off for my holidays I may release take away the partition. hopefully I won't.
Cutting using CNC for the partition;